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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.

play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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6 billion from their in-market competitors that opt to play fair by using genuine software.
In support of the inaugural Play Fair Day, which is a global initiative to emphasise the importance of utilising legitimate software, this commissioned study quantifiably proves the harm software piracy has on businesses that choose to play fair.
Based on interviews with over 320 sportswear workers in China, India, Thailand, and Indonesia, as well as reviews of company and industry profiles, published and unpublished reports, newspaper articles, web sites, and factory advertisements, researchers from the Play Fair network found that while some brands have developed labor rights monitoring and compliance programs and taken action on a number of issues and cases, substantial violations of worker rights are still the norm for workers in the sportswear industry.
ISN'T it about time New Labour realised that until we get even a remotely decent transport system they ought to play fair and stop fleecing the motorist.
He also said that CAR did not play fair because it failed to disclose some documents that he'd requested.
You can't break the rules and then expect the rest of the system to play fair.
A group of student activists at the university in Gibbet Hill Road, Gibbet Hill, Coventry are backing an Oxfam campaign called Play Fair at the Olympics.
Legal Service which provides over-the- phone legal advice, said, 'Shoppers spend billions buying Christmas presents and some retailers just don't play fair when it comes to people trying to return unwanted presents.
And laying down the law to Welsh boss Hughes, Toon supremo Robson (right) said: 'I understand that we have to play fair with Wales but, equally, Wales must play fair with us.
It has teamed up with Spanish consumer group OCU to call on local rental firms to end all unexpected charges and play fair with their "confusing" policies.